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Chesapeake really sick…HELP!!

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    I posted a thread about my dog, he is bleeding from his penis, he was deathly ill, but now he is acting pretty ok. He is having blood, not in his urine I don’t think, I was hoping there was a vet on this site that may be able to give me some advice… PLEASE Vikki

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    Dr. Jeff Feinman
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    [quote=vlare] bleeding from his penis, he was deathly ill, [/quote]

    Hi Vikki-

    As per your other post, it looks like you have been giving aspirin for hip discomfort. If you have been giving it chronically then I would consider some sort of drug reaction (aspirin can predispose both to clotting and kidney problems).

    It’s possible that this is just a simple urinary infection (cystitis) but then I would not expect your dog to have been so sick. I’d also be suspicious of a prostatitis (which could also be causing hind quarter and walking problems).

    Regardless, you need to bring him to the vet ASAP for a thorough exam. I’d also recommend bringing a morning urine sample for analysis.

    Good luck.

    Dr. Jeff

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